Northfield, Minn. — College students graduating this spring face one of the toughest job markets in a generation.
Because of that, career counselors say networking with potential employers is more important than ever.
That challenge has prompted two Minnesota colleges to become more aggressive in connecting students with alumni who could help them get that first job.
Nate Ryan is doing his best to find a job, an internship, or anything at all, in this bleak job market. The 23-year-old graduates next month from Carleton College in Northfield.
Ryan isn't checking classified ads for work, that's so 1990s.